Can computers be artists? Scott Draves, a Carnegie Mellon alumnus and developer of the Electric Sheep project, has answered that question with a definitive “yes.”
With last year's was monetary losses from tropical cyclones such as Hurricane Irene, researchers at Carnegie Mellon examined the cost effectiveness of different approaches to storm management.
Today, microphones have countless applications: telephones, hearing aids, radio, television, and motion picture productions.
Chemists at the University of Bristol in the U.K. recently developed magnetically responsive soap that can potentially be used to clean up oils without leaving behind harmful residues.